NRC Seeks Public Comment on Proposed Revisions to Its Waste Confidence Decision

October 10, 2008 The Associated Press The Nuclear Regulatory Commission is seeking public comment on proposed revisions to its waste confidence findings, in particular whether the findings should ... read more

Native American Activist Winona LaDuke Talks About Wind Power

 From A clean-energy advocate and former V.P. candidate answers readers' questions.

Where the Wind Comes Sweeping Down the Plains

Some Native American tribes see better financial future in wind farms.

Where Have all the Decommissioning Funds Gone?

TAKOMA PARK, MD - As Beyond Nuclear reported in its top story today (see the economic collapse raises the question about whether nuclear reactors will still have sufficient ... read more

Obama's Nuclear Ambition

By JEFFREY ST. CLAIR and JOSHUA FRANK It is fast becoming one of the most important issues of the 2008 presidential campaign. Both major candidates want to search for more domestic oil supplies, ... read more

Credit Crisis Promises to Delay Entergy Nuclear Spinoff

Associated Press By MARK PETERS and CYNTHIA KOONS A freeze-up in the risky debt markets threatens to delay Entergy Corp.'s planned creation of the first, stand-alone nuclear-power company in the ... read more

Japan Clears Way for Loan Guarantees In US

September 26, 2008 Nucleonics Week A Cabinet-level decision in Japan has opened the way for that country to provide supplemental loan guarantees to companies proposing to build new power ... read more

Lithuania Might Keep Nuke Plant Open

October 9, 2008 VILNIUS, Lithuania (The Associated Press) Lithuania said Thursday that it will keep running a Soviet nuclear plant unless the European Union can offer compensation for its closure.

Public Input on Yucca Requested

Oct 9, 2008 Las Vegas Review - Journal Federal lawmakers are calling for public hearings and a broader review of the government application to build a rail line across rural Nevada for nuclear ... read more

Isakson: SRS Growth Dependent on Election

October 9, 2008 Published on ( By Savannah Morning News ATLANTA - The growth of Savannah River Site would depend on whether John McCain or Barack Obama wins ... read more